A JILTED lover dragged his ex-girlfriend by her hair into his car in a twisted kidnap plot – before revealing a photograph he'd taken of her sleeping with a new man, a court heard.
Ranjoti Bedesha, 24, is accused of abducting Kate Manley from her home in Kent after their two-year relationship came to an end.
He allegedly drove her around in his blue four-door Peugeot before showing the secret picture he had taken from outside Ms Manley's bedroom window of her asleep on her partner's chest.
Giving evidence via video-link, Ms Manley said her ex-boyfriend forced her into car after she was told to "come outside for a chat" on April 23.
She told Woolwich Crown Court: "I woke up in the morning with my two eldest children, I was getting on with the day.
"He said that he had my daughter outside and that 'you need to come out and collect her'.
"He said 'come out and get her otherwise I wont bring her back.'
"I went outside to get her and he was parked at the top of the road.
"He did not even have her when I went to the car.
"He grabbed my hair and pushed me in his car, shut the door and drove off down the road.
"He showed me a picture that he had taken of me laying on my boyfriend's chest and he was absolutely going mad about it."
The mother-of-three said Bedesha was "punching the steering wheel" in anger before he told her: "I cannot see you moving on anymore."
She added: "He was really really angry and shouting loads of abuse.
"I said to him can you take me home and he said, 'No, you are coming with me, we are going to have a chat.'
Miss Manley said she beeped the horn and pleaded for help as Bedesha drove her around.
Bedesha eventually dropped the woman back at home in Northfleet, Gravesend after "a few hours'".
The court heard she ran inside the house and did not leave her bedroom for 24 hours as she was "frozen with fear".
She told the court that she reported the allegations two days later as her head was "messed up."
Ms Manley said: "I told the officer that I was meant to call them that day but I was in such a mess.
"My head was not right."
Bedesha, of no fixed address, but formerly of Gravesend, denies kidnap.
The trial continues.
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